Summer days mean summer reading. Many times, we’re thinking brain-candy beach reads — which are great! — but come evening, minds still need a good meal. Here are six meaty books authored by Pomona College faculty.
In this Q&A, Pomona College Professor of Psychology Adam Pearson explains why it is important for psychologists to point their research to climate change and how it people both perceive it and how they are influenced by it.
In a Q&A, Pomona College Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures Clair Nettleton discusses the inspiration for the daylong symposium on the intersection between CRISPR-Cas9 and the humanities to be held April 27.
Prof. Deborah Burke, who researches the cognitive and neural processes involved in language, discusses the implications of bilingualism on cognitive function and the possibility of delaying the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
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